Part theatre piece and part storytelling, Drunk Girl explores the intimacy, tenacity, celebration and terror of women who drink.
Performer Thea Fitz-James tells stories about underage, small-town drinking and brings the drunk girl to life, exploring her contradictory place in the contemporary imagination. Drunk Girl is that moment when the party takes a turn, but it’s too late to leave: we’re implicated now, caught in a rollercoaster of calorie-counting keg parties, false feminisms, denial and love.
From the creator of the five-star Fringe favourite NAKED LADIES comes an honest look at the drunk girl stereotype: is she a contemporary crisis, or a radical feminist?
20 – 25 January
The Blue Room Theatre
Company: Thea Fitz-James
For Audiences 15+
Director: Shanda Bezic // Performer: Thea Fitz-James